One of Sydney’s most prestigious private schools failed in its handling of a child-sexual assault allegation, a Royal Commission has been told
Hundreds of Australian schools have begun trialling online literacy and numeracy tests for the first time, but some schools have concerns about the rollout
Kate Burleigh, managing director of Intel Australia, says it’s not too late for teachers to get on board the burgeoning STEM revolution.
Violent and disruptive pupils could soon be sent to their own special school as part of one state’s plan.
Traditional Christian education classes could soon be phased out and replaced with a "less preachy" general religion class.
Australia’s chief scientist, professor Ian Chubb, has thrown his support behind the Government’s plan to develop a national STEM school education strategy.
Embracing the creative abilities of students is the last chance schools have at being viable for the future, says education visionary, Gary Stager.
The Government’s plan to help teachers spot warning signs of student radicalisation is an “extraordinary expectation”, says a teachers union.